Vote for cannabis

Depriving needy children of CBD without THC is criminal. Indeed, families have relocated to Colorado so they can have access.

Re: letter to the editor ‘Weed and autism,’ (The NEWS, April 9)

Depriving needy children of CBD without THC is much worse than “sad” — it’s criminal. Indeed, families from many different states have relocated to Colorado so they can have access to the relatively safe God-given plant.

On election day, citizens can help end sinister cannabis (marijuana) laws by voting Prime Minister Stephen Harper out of office and giving political leaders notice that cannabis prohibition is no longer welcome.

With the cannabis issues coming up in the U.S. I expect to see many prohibitionist Republicans getting their notice on election day in 2016.

Stan WhiteDillon, Colorado

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